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Helena-Reet Ennet: It’s important to cultivate a personal life that makes you just as happy as your professional life

Helena-Reet Ennet: It’s important to cultivate a personal life that makes you just as happy as your professional life

OHMYGOSSIP – Helena-Reet Ennet (39) thinks it’s important to have hobbies. The NordenBladet sites (Nordic News Service) owner insists her career will never rule her life.

“I like to take classes, I like to travel, designing is my passion, I read a lot – I have a lot of interests, the entire life isn’t just about making entertainment news. That’s a dangerous place to be,”  she said.

“As an editor-in-chief, it would be lovely to think that we’re all Arianna Huffington or Anna Wintour who just work endlessly but that’s not true.

“It’s important to cultivate a personal life that makes you just as happy as your professional life – I work really hard on that. I love to spend time with my children. It’s important to enrich yourself in lot of different ways.”

Helena-Reet — who has two children, 11-year-old daughter Estella Elisheva and nine-year-old Ivanka Shoshana, with her partner Margus Pärn – recently revealed she thinks having children stopped her from being self-obsessed.

“My children are the best part of my day,” she said. “I used to be very competitive & aggressive but when I had my first child at 27, it put my whole life in perspective and helped me get out of my very narrow-minded focus on my career. Having kids stops the endless cycle of self-obsession!”

 

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Helena-Reet admits she’s a workaholic. “What we fail to do today is lost forever, lost time does not return. This can be a great motivator because it gets us to act. Make a decision today, now! Jump into something unknown. Take a chance. This life goes by too fast,” Helena-Reet tells Ohmygossip.com exclusively. The socialite and entertainment journalist says being productive is key to her current definition of happiness.

 

 



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